Shojo Launches New Lunch Service

New menu. New hours. And new dishes, like Mark O'Leary's mazeman ramen with bacon and eggs.


Shojo’s new pork meatball banh mi. Photo provided

Looking for ramen outside of its typical late-night and pop-up spheres? Well, now you can be sent into a blissful midday noodle coma thanks to chef Mark O’Leary’s new lunch menu at Shojo. Starting today, the Chinatown destination will be open from Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a menu that includes a rotating selection of seven lunch-focused items like a pork meatball banh mi, kimchi fried rice, and O’Leary’s popular duck fat fries with sriracha aioli.

For his inaugural lunch menu, O’Leary is also featuring two types of ramen at Shojo: a house shoyu ramen with char siu barbecue pork (extra noodles for $3) and a mazeman with bacon, egg, crispy leeks, and pea greens. This menu, like the regular dinner menu, will be updated constantly, with new items and specials added daily. See the full menu below.

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